I Remember the Future by Michael A. Burstein
The Award-Nominated Stories of Michael A. Burstein

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A familiar name to readers of the popular science fiction magazine Analog, Michael A. Burstein's straightforward storytelling melds classic and modern science fiction in accessible stories that focus on human interactions in speculative situations. Brought together for the first time in one collection, thirteen of Burstein's stories that made Hugo, Nebula, and other award ballots are presented with new afterwords by the author.

Table of Contents:
1. “TeleAbsence” (Analog, July 1995)
• Nominated for the 1996 Hugo Award for Best Short Story
• Winner of the Analytical Laboratory Award for Best Short Story of 1995
• Winner of the Science Fiction Chronicle Reader Award for Best Short Story of 1995
2. “Broken Symmetry” (Analog, February 1997)
• Nominated for the 1998 Hugo Award for Best Novelette
• Preliminary ballot, 1997 Nebula Award
3. “Absent Friends” (Analog, September 1998)
• Preliminary ballot, 1999 Nebula Award
4. “Reality Check” (Analog, November 1999)
• Nominated for the 1999 Nebula Award for Best Novella
• Nominated for the Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award
5. “Cosmic Corkscrew” (Analog, June 1998)
• Nominated for the 1999 Hugo Award for Best Short Story
• Preliminary ballot, 1998 Nebula Award
6. “Kaddish for the Last Survivor” (Analog, November 2000)
• Nominated for the 2001 Hugo Award for Best Short Story
• Nominated for the 2001 Nebula Award for Best Short Story
7. “Spaceships” (Analog, June 2001)
• Nominated for the 2002 Hugo Award for Best Short Story
8. “Paying It Forward” (Analog, September 2003)
• Nominated for the 2004 Hugo Award for Best Short Story
• Preliminary ballot, 2004 Nebula Award
9. “Decisions” (Analog, January/February 2004)
• Nominated for the 2005 Hugo Award for Best Short Story
10. “Time Ablaze” (Analog, June 2004)
• Nominated for the 2004 Hugo Award for Best Novella
11. “Sanctuary” (Analog, September 2005)
• Nominated for the 2006 Nebula Award for Best Novella
• Winner of the Analytical Laboratory Award for Best Novella of 2005
12. “Seventy-Five Years” (Analog, January/February 2005)
• Nominated for the 2006 Hugo Award for Best Short Story
13. “TelePresence” (Analog, July/August 2005)
• Nominated for the 2006 Hugo Award for Best Novelette
14. Empty Spaces (original to this volume)
15. I Remember the Future (original to this volume)
 

About Michael A. Burstein

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STANLEY SCHMIDT, Ph.D., is the Editor of Analog Science Fiction/Science Fact magazine, for which he has received 16 Hugo Award nominations. He is the author of four novels, including Lifeboat Earth and Newton and the Quasi-Apple, and is a member of the Board of Advisors of the National Space Society. ROBERT ZUBRIN, Ph.D., is an astronautics engineer whose work has been profiled in Newsweek and Air & Space/Smithsonian magazines. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the National Space Society and a Fellow of the British Interplanetary Society.
 
Published February 18, 2009 by Apex Publications. 436 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The difference in Cox’s novel, though, is that the dilemma of what to do with Merata née Elzura falls on Spock’s shoulders, and Spock understands this dilemma much more than Picard.

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